Trade finance is of great importance in the commercial world, for both students (undergraduate and postgraduate) and practitioners. The choice of countries in export trade is often perception-based: trade with government departments or public institutions is seen as much safer than with private entities and the choice of countries is often based on that perception of risk. This book: * addresses issues and topics which are relevant to all jurisdictions in the world * explains the various types of trade finance, how they may be raised and the legal issues pertaining to them Value for those wanting to understand the legal issues of sources of trade finance in both the developed and developing countries, this book will interest students studying the interaction between law and commerce.
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(234mm x 156mm x 17mm)
Europa Publications Ltd
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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